That Vine Follow Up Could Seriously Be Called Vine 2

RIP Vine? Maybe not.

Motherboard reports that the once wildly popular social media platform (some may say too popular) is, as recently hinted, indeed about to get resurrected. Vine co-founder Dom Hoffman tweeted about a possible comeback last week, and today he tweeted an equally cryptic but to-the-point “v2” with what appears to be a logo for the reboot.

v2 pic.twitter.com/JkzE1CULSV

— dom hofmann (@dhof) December 6, 2017

Hoffman says the much anticipated sequel would be self-funded, but he’s staying tight-lipped about any other details.

Of course, the Internet is freaking the F out. Ride-or-die Vine heads are all about it.

I’m not important, but I want to help too pic.twitter.com/eRh99HJ8Z9

— Catherine➳Lozano (@CatherineLozano) December 6, 2017

THANK YOU JESUS pic.twitter.com/C38kEM5QN8

— ducky boy (@eatjaredtweets) December 6, 2017

cant wait pic.twitter.com/BRr40gAU4e

— olivia (@GPinkSnapback) December 6, 2017

Vine was acquired by Twitter back in 2012, before it even launched. It lived a short, glorious life until Twitter decided to kill it in 2016, and we all poured one out for the six-second format. Another one of Vine’s co-founders, Rus Yuspov, later expressed regret over selling his company.

How we feeling, fam? Are we turnt or burnt over Vine?

Source : http://www.complex.com/life/2017/12/vine-follow-up-called-vine-2

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